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GrowFood Carolina is moving! (in 2023)

by Diane Knich

Press release from the Coastal Conservation League

For immediate release: December 1, 2021

Media Contact: Diane Knich, Coastal Conservation League, [email protected], (843) 530-0211

GrowFood Carolina is moving! (in 2023)

A new home at 1814 Harmon Street

After 10 very productive and successful years of operations at 990 Morrison Drive, we are excited to announce the purchase of a new—and larger—location for GrowFood Carolina, our state’s first local food hub. Opening in spring 2023, we will bring our experience, relationships, and dedication to 1814 Harmon Street in Charleston.

Our new location will triple our current capacity for warehousing and distribution, which means more support for our farmers and more healthy, local food for all.

We connect small farmers to the growing local food movement, enabling more farms to thrive, supporting rural communities, and keeping land from being developed. By creating markets and providing crop planning, storage, and distribution services, GrowFood allows farmers to focus on what they do best—farming.

What began as an experiment is now successful because of our local community and generous supporters.


About Coastal Conservation League:

The Coastal Conservation League is a nonprofit advocacy organization dedicated to protecting the coastal resources of South Carolina. Its mission is to protect the state’s natural landscapes, abundant wildlife, clean water, and quality of life. Since 1989, the Conservation League has carried out this mission by working with citizens, local governments, and the state Legislature. Learn more and get involved at

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